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June 26, 2014 9:09 AM

Lottery drawn for the Opportunity Scholarship Program, allowing 2,400 children to attend private schools with taxpayer dollars

About 2,400 children from low-income families will be able to use taxpayer dollars to attend a private school of their choice under the state’s Opportunity Scholarship Program that launched Wednesday.

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